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For translating SRT files you also can use DualSub. It is open-source (GPLv3) and cross-platform. It uses Google Translator.


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I'd recommend enca. Unlike gaupol, you can handle not only subtitle-files, but any text file. Install enca: sudo apt-get install enca To figure out the encoding of the file, see if enca can guess it: enca <file> or, if it fails and you know the language of the text file, than run for example enca -L ru <file> and see what it ...


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Emacs can do that for you. It is called revert-buffer in Emacs. If you want to enable it for every file that you open in Emacs, add the following to your ~/.emacs or .emacs.d/init.el file: (global-auto-revert-mode 1) See the Emacs Wiki for more information. This Ubuntu Forums post may also be helpful.


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vim can do that. Just add set autoread to your ~/.vimrc. (Also check out the Tail Bundle plugin.) The autoread setting applies only certain events (which can be determined by checking the help text for timestamp (:h timestamp)). To make vim load files more frequently, there are two decent options: Define a function which watches for changes. Set an ...


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You can change this in ~/.gitconfig by adding the following under the section labeled [core]: [core] editor = emacs -nw


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You can also use atom.io with the plugin asciidoc-preview : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R9o-0J2YKZ4


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I solved it with gedit thanks for help


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It's too simple, just Open Terminal by using Ctrl+Alt+T and type: cat -n /File_Path/File_Name With -n option you could see the line numbers of a file "File_Name" in the output terminal for easy to understand which line you clicked last time. If file having large number of contains (like yours) that won't fit in output terminal and screen scrolls up ...


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There's a Sublime plugin for this. From the Github description: This plugin underlines URLs in Sublime Text, and lets you open them with a keystroke (Cmd+Option+Enter by default). After you put the cursor over an URL, you can either hit Cmd+Option+Enter (Ctrl+Alt+Enter on Windows & Linux), or select "Open URL under cursor" from the Command ...


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I just figured this one out myself. You need to create your own scheme based on one of the predefined (and locked) ones. http://www.jetbrains.com/pycharm/webhelp/configuring-colors-and-fonts.html Regards James



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